Category Archives: Joshua Borenstein

A Letter from the Managing Director on Arts Funding

Long Wharf Theatre has many funders which enable our success: foundations both in New Haven and from around the country, corporations both large and small, and thousands of individual donors, including many of you.  I would like to focus on two particular important supporters of our work – the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA)… Continue reading →

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Long Wharf Theatre to celebrate 50th anniversary with a series of special events

Fifty years ago, Long Wharf Theatre was founded by a couple of Yale School of Drama grads and a group of visionary civic leaders who believed that New Haven deserved a major regional theatre. It’s a big occasion for Long Wharf, and we’ve decided to hold a series of community events to commemorate that partnership…. Continue reading →

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So, what does a consultant do? A conversation with Josh Borenstein, managing director and former consultant

Just what does a consultant do? To find out, we spoke with our own Josh Borenstein, Long Wharf Theatre’s managing director, and a former arts management consultant. Steve Scarpa: How would you define the role of a consultant? Josh Borenstein: Every consultant is different. What I did was much different than what the character of… Continue reading →

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